I see from news reports on the arson attack on the Islamic Centre in London that the Police are investigating and keeping an open mind, they have no suspects and it is early stages yet. Pretty much the same situation for the recent vandalism incident on the Bomber Command memorial in London. The former had EDL scrawled on the wall and the latter Islam. It is interesting to note some of the comments quoted by the BBC < BBC News - Al-Rahma Islamic Centre destroyed in 'hate crime' fire > that have undertones of suggestion that it is the work of right wing extremists/rascists/Islamophobes. However with the Bomber Command Memorial the response was "well it could have been anyone doing that, possibly EDL of the like trying to stir up things" which seems to me to be the correct approach, until you have the definitive answer don't start inventing one. Why the difference approach?